TORY BURCH FW2018 Collection
“From Lee Radziwill’s effortless style to a field of carnations inspired by the drama of Pina Bausch’s Nelken... Romanticism defines the FW2018 mood. Feminine layers mixed with classic tailoring, a modern take on chintz, and contrasts of texture and print. Accessories carry these ideas through in bags and pointy-toe shoes." - Tory Burch
Silhouettes: Relaxed, yet refined with feminine details. Loose, fluid dresses with scarf hemlines balance tomboy jackets and trim blazers. Layered outerwear from a classic peacoat to a blanket poncho adds to the effortless vibe.
The palette balances ivory, pale pink and red with leaf green, deep burgundy and the brand’s signature Tory Navy.
Prints & Patterns:
An eclectic mix speaks to the brand’s bohemian spirit. A modern take on chintz is interpreted in several colorways, and anchors a patchwork of florals set against stripes and classic checks.
The drama is in the details with new fabrications, finishes and textures. Soft, relaxed fabrics ranging from delicate lace and organza to wool and cashmere against a structured poplin, cotton chino and a bonded wool satin. Cascading ruffles are finished with an organza edge and a floral is interpreted as a velvet burnout, while top-stitch details on poplin and snap closures bring a sporty element.
Accessories are pared back and refined, putting the focus on natural, effortless style. A handbag, named after Lee, in different fabrications and pointy-toe booties have clean, modern lines, while wishbone rings and a delicate medallion pendant necklace reference good luck talismans.
Produced by Michel Gaubert; live performance by Chamber Orchestra of New York; Music Direction by Salvatore di Vittorio; and Violin Solo by Daniel Khalikov, decomposed by Max Richter: Vivaldi -The Pour Seasons: Spring 1; Unfinished Sympathy (Instrumental) by Massive Attack; Recomposed by Max Richter: Vivaldi -The Pour Seasons: Spring C.